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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 7 September 1911

PREFER MILK CART TO YELLOW TOP AUTO CHESTERFIELD C. II., Special.? Sam Welk-r. figuring In the famous suit of Rardell vs. Pickwick, did not evoke as many smiles as did Dairy? man Roland Sydnor, of Chesterlleld, yesterday when he testified In the case of thy Commonwealth vs. Henry C Heat tie, Jr. Even now it Is difficult to ?ay whether tdr. Sydnor was purposely faeei'ous or whether he is simply in? genuous. Hut be that as it may, he brought smiles Into a tense situation and caused laughter at a time when some very hot shot was being poured into the ?lefense of the accused. Even the prisoner at the bar had to laugh heartily, while the sedate Judge Watson, who will countenaiue no frivolity in his smoothly running count, found himself working hard to keep a straight fa And the oddest part of It till is that Sydnor, though humorously quaint In some of his replies to the lawyers i. p rosontlna. the arrusart. held his own most astonishingly with Harry Smith ami put th?- latter to his trump...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 7 September 1911

?^Brown's i nked ?OU TOW xi:;c M bo ?yesj rsjassssjbt r the 1 need yew and your tra I? J?iaTr BOSM nSOTM v. some ??*-_?> ? a fowl jot which l will give yon the b? the market aflserss? You asssd me and my I am here to serve v??u with the be*s1 1 get" And give JfOU more goods i-?r the ne inoiu'v, or the same ? less moiH-v. 1 water pail 2 ft? lo ??t. Best I.C. tm heaw nwedge si?:? ch, the b? ? In the mtv trv it. the best 30c coffee o-t ? 'pound. 8 ball croquet set si. * ball 4 ball : ig lim* O? carp.-t . and urill make you c irpeta or ni: ' 'our n.'in. I ?ell The be ip t than tb ? der b us ??. Best m wie table >?i cloth fane | 30i yd. wl ? ? 2?". ? --.. lap dusters, men's linen dus tere. horse collars, h??mI col? l.irs. -4. mi t rv them. us, ure -?re her?" to r; yoti 11 v us. 11 voti like our ?I? tell vom friends ? yon don't like it tell us ami we'll make it r*j*ht. C. H. ?town, \V. E. Coir Clerk. H:rt4)Va. Alwaysgtad t.? -%"?.? you. EVERYTHING IN 9-cwclcrv ?A ,\ [CHES, DIAMONDS,...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 7 September 1911

f?offolic and Trteturn Tues? Sept. Stil, Her\eftt ??aptalp Gaff?e Str. MobjacK will re Ihvklevs Ballys Roans S.vi-i 11 ?v.'*?? a. m. 7.CK> 7.4^ Leave Hicks William. IHJttS ".?o Arrive OLD PIONT 11 1/a. m. NOR-FGLK 12.1o a. mJ < 'ornmittee Jr. G. ?SarpetiT ?W. p. patterscp DRESSED AND UNDRESSED LUMBER i. u_r-i t*ajj^?-?~l -v CT ******^*^*^^*^maaamm '? - - if Can be bad here a? jonl'm;^ to Is. It makes no difference wha ii'pi.i. m the lumber line '.t it here to be promptlj i i on y??u ?r. It makes no difference ?.?the iv iat utia.ntitv "?. \.- want wV will : you .? soi il! lot just an ?h??" I it lit a bigger one. WHAT /"PE YOUR T?Jir?T?T4>a rortsijitiuiii i??'Lii? Lumber Corporation CO R. HTGL?I Ar*?--> GhESTiNUT 5T& i ?-.-i i l >hpno 210*3 MATHEWS ??ME RAILWAY Equipped with a lo II. P. Double Cylin Steam Engine and capable of drawing : it any boat of not more than loo ton L art hen. We are now r< ady for business. A full force of Carpenters, -, Riggers, chinists...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 7 September 1911

? ib iaaa ? a|.|i. aaj m Ttet um ] m SUICIDE FACT L.**$ ANQKLKS. CAL. Special.? As the result of a suietdo pact, Mr*. Lydia QsJrber, anvd sixty-two. and her daui?ht?-r. Claudia, aged ferty-tw.?. ended tlu'ir li\es sossetlsse liwt nlpht In their cottage homo, ly^u Baute* Btrwt. The bodies <>f the two women ? mil by the bath room ?>f their .sosas by a broth r of th? elder aro sean, B, B. White, of Ci ?str???t. Both casse her* a fea? RKii from Pittsburg. Towels ha?! been carefully laserted beneath th? ?loor an?! ?aindow, Indi eating the ?mi?' with which the deed i..-, n planned. Has wai pouring from as open Jet int.? th?? small room. Whit* s.ii.l the women had boon hav? ing BnanclaU trouble. The mother ara? sttlred In night etothlng, while the daughter we* par tially dreamed. The following note was found on th.- bath room lloor: n't blame Claudia. 1 want inn t.? have all i possess." The not gned by Mrs. Uar ber. "Regina*' is Mrs Tillett, * widow of 401? Alpine Avenue, North Si...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 7 September 1911

You who are not well Why Not Rebuild Your Health? A Reconstructive Tonic Known as MILAM WILL DO ""-GUARANTEED ?a, ?a. *aiir*a*n, ??? ?, Maatr? ?? ?? *?*? ??*?? auaa kaaan.*^ ???it*. a.u??u?a It UN, nl?Hl, *- ta au*aart*ia*i ta. ?aiiMiia? ?*? a???, a ??. kM?Mt> amtu a*. ?y?. * _ Oo???r*j o**ai?' a*?? ?f tumu,. , ^o ?? r>.. . U??at f( t?a* H.*i?t?.taii Bai.ta*. CaarUtt. 0. I ?| ?X^ia?^ __Ir?..ii?a a*i.?*Ba J??t.' IUT*x?aaa eratali. u?. **at Bith *..>???? f\ku?t)?i 0.. ifa'laafi?? naaat^Mtan*. T,Mao. * ?aal'^.tat. h.1.1 *? Cl.r*. <k*x>t*u?a 0??tt. _*l?,trl?l?a ?r *>>.*>.. ?act. aa. T*. 0?. o?y. mm Ttm>?. ai.iMi arg. o*. ?t.. ?tafeaay ?*!??.. SJ $1 a bottle II benefitted?nothing if not. ?*tw?"ww WEEKLY SHORT STORY ; THE SHEFFIELD TRAY. By Temple Ha ?ley. "I don't want a wooden tray Pater son said. I want to be sur?? when I set my teacup down that I'm not go? ing to leave a mark. It's all very well for you careful housewives, who have timee to polish your mahog...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 7 September 1911

?.ANTS ?**... .?i ?WANTED??SEC?N 1> HAND BAGS a*sd Burlap, all kinds Write for narices. RICHMOND HAG CO.. Rlcb naond. Va?_ MUH I R. ?s? TO? WANT TO BUY A FA KM or country 1 om?>. will give >?>u lunx time at B par cent, interest only. Write If. Davidson, SS6 W. Main fRre?d, \ a to loan yearly l We aril] loan the money to be smges or i m pr ssontlily, or a 5 ?root a*aurteer ?AIM ?son. m Nat Bank Bl Vi W ORDER TO TAK1 OP OCR ever Incr are require both men and This is an exceptional opportunity tor a man of ability with 15,00*9 to invest to bec d with one ?of the oldest and best known manu? facturing companies in the city. The position offered is a pleasant One with good salary attached, if yon have th?? money and ability and mean businss, address at once Post ?Ofiice Box No. 123, Richmond, Va? il AIR COOPS._ Slab THE LATEST PARIS FASH? IONS IN HAIR DRESSING. All Und? of hair on hand or made to order, (ombkigs made into Switches, Pompadours, Puffs, etc. Satisfac? aos guarant...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 7 September 1911

THE MATHEWS JOURNAL ? - ^<*?*i? VOL. VIH. MATHF.WS r l-l \7a ,._ ,?.-......? , ??., MATHEWS C. H., VA.?Sq_lURSDAY> SEPTEMBER 7, 1911 NO. 31 Monuments and Grave Stones in Marble and Granite U you need anything In this 11ns gat our pries before placing order. We are doing ths largest business |a Tldswater Vlr sj-fenia. Ths Utsst Improved nu> ?shlasry with ?waten war plant fa equipped am ables as to tura out ths highest class work at most reasonable priesa. Ws pay freight sad give personal atten? tion to placing work in tery Ws rswpsetfslly Invite you to call and Inspect our large stock sf finished ia Norfolk. If unable to call write us for catalogua LAWSON & NEWTON 11th Street and William Ava NORFOLK, VA. Pias Beech Car Ltna * ST51 tU. H Ifunford, Pr?s., J. P. Nottingham, V.-Pres. and Caahier. GLOUCESTER MA THE WS BANK, Inc. Paid Up Capital $50,000 MATHEWS . H., VA. gtollerts ths assenats of finas and individuals sad offers ts easterners orrery stMsr-Hsnodstloa consistent...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 7 September 1911

tomiE OtFtNSt TO STAND ON STORY OF HIGHWAYhTKH fHp8TERFIKi,I> O. H.? Special.? BS LAS'! TO THE I M. SMITH .. nixi a it el? I'UN'HKMIl ? ? | .H;i . WHO SH< ?T HI.- '?? .Ill ON THE MIDLOTHIAN 111 OF JULY MITH SAID: tf Tl W. OF THIS N \ !,( >T 111 VI WK ? ? IN THERE BAS NETV ER U ? IT. THIS IS THK HB TIMK THAT I L?IS I HAVE LET IT Rn% MMN AX UNKNOWN QUANTITY ?: I KNEW THAT AS LUNG as i r s ; sown : BnTHl.'UINO THE PROSECUTK AND I SAW NO REASON W1I? I JTJLD : ANYTHLVG TO LIGU ;?! CASE IS IN Si H SHAPE I'll *T I ?EMPHATI? CALLY STATE THAT WE NEVER iiAD AN. INTKNTIu.n TO ENTER AN N.SAN! I V i '.. .A. AND THAT IF ANrTIil W. SO IMI'IIOHABLE AS: ATT : MONWEA1 TO v-' MR1. -x ?SHttn.]? BE M TuHT IT TO THE BIT'. O" .1 i> ^COURTHOUSE, V M^^ '? ," " CHF? IN ? IN Tt IE IM tCSSIOX '. n CEI si Y i;'. ? WH -:i) Ob' MUR ) R IN T1IS i .ST DEGREE, Th nuise ic bastad on the fact that i .?-il of c h ?ester lie id have lit? tle or no patience with unfaithful husbands. While they condone some ?o...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 7 September 1911

BEATTIE'S OWN STORY OF THE KILLING OF HIS WIFE ?s?rtai: " '"*' ? J\?V-."*V?? *????? ?????? Prisoner Takf? the Stand In His Own Behalf snd Tells the Jury of the Bearded Highwayman with the t.un?Submits to l.rueliin^ L'rosa-examination With Iidlfferencr, - 1 (By E. R. O.) CHESTERFIELD, C. H, Special. ? At 10:46 o'clock the accused took the witness chair. He was told to face the jury, but listen to the Judge. Beattle mopped his face with a handkerchief. By Mr. Smith?"State your age?" "Twenty-six." "Your home?" "162? Porter Street." "Your occupation?" In BugTness With His Fa i lier. "In business with my father. In the mercantile business. I buy all the ahoes snd nearly a'I the gents' fur? nishings. I open t.?e store at 7:30 A. M., and carry the keys to the store. 1 started opening the store when father was at the hospital a year ago." "What kin is Paul to you?" "Second cousin." "Has he ever been your Intimate friend and have you ever placed con? fidence in him?" Had No Faith In Paul. "N...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 7 September 1911

ift-lg? SUT* ?AivTlTSOB?--, i?Vlb. Issued Morning, Evening and Sunday The Great Honre Paper of the Soutli THE NEW? OF THE WORLD is gathered bv the we!! -trained ?| aorreapondent? ot THK SUN and set before the r*?ai!er? in a conoiae and in Cerevtirg manner each morning antl veckilay afterntooou A? a chronicle of world ?vents THIC SUN IS INlHSPr'N'S AH? .K. While |t* bureaus in Washing*)? ami New York make its new?? from the iegislative ?Vnd ?financial center* of- ch? country th?* host that c;ui be ?>bt.i;iic?l. ???AS A WOMAN'S PAPER THE SIN has no Superior. U-iiu- morally ami intellectually * paper of the highest type. It publishes the very best feature fhat can be written oh fashion, art anJ mis~ellaneous matters. THE SUN'S market new* makes ?t A BUSINES - ? IN.S XKCKSSIfY ffor*be farme-, the merc'auot and the broker can BMpssad u|?on complete reliable information upou their various lrnes of trade,' By mail THE SUN" (morning and everting) J*Jg? a -r.rnih or $j yr THE SUNDAY SUN, ...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 7 September 1911

Primary RETURNS MARTIN AND SWANSON ELECETEO CHRISTIAN AND BURKE GET SMALL MAJORIT?ES . i JONES GETS LARGE MAJORITY IN FIRST DISTRICT Returns so far as can be ascertained will give Martin and Swanson a majority of 25,000. Mr. Jones carries the First District U *"y ?l^ife^tnajority probably four to five thousand, ??^?wans?n ran ahead of Martin about 10,000. M.. Mr. J. T. Christion is elected to the Legislature over Mr. ?WrJvdy the next contestant by 13 majority. Mr. Burke wins over N. E. Miller 4 or 5 votes. ? Y News frctn Gloucester indicates that Cs.pt. Tabb defeats Ma? jor Stubbs for the Legislature ?and that Mr. Smith wins over Judge Tallieferro for Commonwealth's Attorney by a few votes. ? Middlesex gives the following vote? Jones 311, Martin 11 3 Glass 288, Swarson 134, Heal y 229, Christian 86. Hicks 17. Sortierst) ;;. MATHEWS VOTE Jon. Martin Glass Swanson Christian ?Healy [Hicka Somers Burke Millet 2 ?V JC 4S ?7 40 43 19 10 5 50 18 o o? 122 40 102 59 73 4t ?7 Jl 65 in JZ) O t...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 7 September 1911

A ? B TOLD I AL.TIMOR?. MD?S racial ? Ad d tu* ?tory that wrauB marr*:?o. and had been de? serted v ?band, to create sym? pathy In the h-urt of some kind per? son who would send her back home, Mia? Blanche McVread Mt??i?n d. of White Marsh. \ Justice ljoden In the Western PoUcs Court and was turned over to Last th.-r. Wilbur McCready, to be re? turned home. The tlrlt confeaslon of the girl was brought about last night, when she ?wa? taken to detective headq-uarter? and questioned by Captain McC?niw regarding a watch belonging to hci father, which she was alleged to hav? sold to secure funda. Although sin convinced the detective that she had nothing to do with her father's watch, ?he made many conflicting statements r.-irarding her alleged marriage and her supposed h*isl?and. Captain McOiaSJ ln-eame suspicious and closely questioned the Klrl until ?ht? finally broke down and confi that James Bireh, her alleged hus band, was a myth. After hearing the girl's story tain M.i"?raw ?1.-eld...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 7 September 1911

You who aV not well Why Not Rebt?^ Your Health? A Reconstruct?'45 Tome ?Known ?as MILAM WILJ DO IT-GUARANTEED K?? iiiwm i, i?i?> <MS**r* ?*.? ?? ?... ???<? au? ?T ?ta.rt.tal rmll,. ft>llmi? It u ta ? niMUt , ?. tak. Hwwri i* Mtalm? ?aw MUiiMlt* ?* uTl ?1MJ0 ???? 4 S*. ?.???r.H. ?Xotai // .?? ^f^*" -??. > (r?ttart-f o??hi.? *Mk ?f , *MrsiM<*aif r^mrfj im n ir mum !?>??? m?. g i*f ?ii"iiii?i.*Ku*?at. ca?uiu o. ? *? ? ^jfUnli lai? i >,. ?nipt ?muti ihwii a?. ?y?^-ytr?irV>ahi tm ????.t.i r?*ii?aa*i a.. ,XM m BONE ?aW tkMlHl??. TtMtc. ? |M14I??W ?tal.? ?*r.*> cur?, c<r,ii,ii<? c?r?. unxAnvxrotac ?atat/laian ?t vt*rM* *??"??? *?? t.? *?? ?7 <nt Tr.ta iMitMl If?. 0?^ ?????? l+immm CSartk. ?kx.ta.ra **ii*v .*ri?M. iluiaiu ?uta, HtaTta.t?ta **a*na. v m*?' U&. Hmmllt* Dta?. ?. f. s?>? taVhodl.? ?OrU.t.r. $1 , .otfJc II bcne?ltfc- -nothing If not. **I? tf WEEKLY SHORT ST?. THE SHEFFIELD TRAY, By Temple Bailey. "I don't want a wooden tray Pater son ...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 7 September 1911

???*-?"*-'.--- - -II,-. 11 ltl-1 1 '"??''r-'yr . l 5 >SaBBaaaaaaaaaaaa?SaQre-BBaaa a aOLV-SFA on : ? AND BAGS. M Bsrlap. all ktbda- Writ? for RICHMON?) BAO CO, Rlch Vt*. f_ ?SSaaaMt?gr?i-. . u ? ? ? ? jaa-a-aar _K6TICES. t SOD WANT TO BUT ? FARl?. sjr asaatry home, will ??tve yon lows; aatsss at 5 per cent. Interest only. Write M. Davidson. 82? W. a**aa* Richmond, Va. aTatWKT to loan at b% Interest, on balance?. We will loan yon ?ey to buy or build, lift mort or Improve property. $7.50 ?Try, or $90.00 yearly pays back as fLSOO loan In 10| years; can pay ssaaaaar If you wish, thereby stopping ?TsslhBi Interest Address G EX). 6. aOOTARDSON. 408 American Nat Sasat Bldg, Richmond. Va_ aal ?OaUXER TO TAKE CARPI OF OUR Increasing business, we require asen and additional capital. Is sn exceptional opportunity ? man of ability with $5,000 to to become identified with one as? the oldest and best known manu ?acturmg companies In the city. The aaositlon offered is a pleasant one with good s...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 14 September 1911

s THE MATHEWS JOURNAL VOL. VIII. MATHEWS C. H.. VA., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14. 1911 NO. 32 1 Monuments and Grave Stones in Marble and Granite H yoa nsed aar?kmg In this Una get sur pries hsfors placing arder. We are doing the largest buslnes? Tlr Ths lstsat lBBB?r?V?4 Da-V ? hlasry with ablea as to torn out the highest class wsrk at moat rssBSaaBBis priesa. W* aay freight sad sjtva psrseial ?Jtasn tion U ?l??cl?Bg work la sa*saa> W? iBsjpeetfiTi/ hartt* yon to call and inspect ?err larrf* ssoajk of BBB 2**ssas fa ?Bss^aaua. If nmabls to oall writs as for osAsioc**. . LAWSON & NEWTON 11th Btrast and wniiam Ara. NORFOLK, VA. ?9a Fine Bead? Car Una. 2762. EL M. Maiiiford, Pr?s?, J. P Nottingham, Y.-Pres. und C?viihier. GLOUCESTER MA THEWS BANK, Inc. Fmid Up Cmpital $50,000 MATHEWS . H., VA. BuMstla th* assenats sf Una? and hadrriduals sad otfsrs ts e^istaaaers BsjBjBMfjsjaaBaBia?al eonaistsat with good banking Trsssrect AH? wed Oa Savings Aeeoants. AB Bssey la Taalt Car ?red By Bu...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 14 September 1911

Pmatt?e found guilty i of murder of his wife r ?Jsry ?as Out Only Fifty-six Minnies. I*rl*.t?u?*r K4**r?*i>e?l ?lie Verdict With Stoical C'almn? ?>-. t < IIKSTKttKlLLD <". II.- S|M*cial.? Henry Clay Beattie, Jr., ig ?guilty of the murder t?f his wife. Tin? twelve good men and tru?* luve so brought in their rerdict. '?riling to their jadgment, not even ? suspicion o? inimcciiee re majn?6d. The evidence wag over ?arhalining The Jury was Ont ?M> Minnies. Beattie received the fearful words that sealed his doom ?.?nth the same stoical indifference that he has borne the entire trial. His face was immobile and he did not show his emotion even by the movement of an eyelid, while his color hardly changed. The jury failed to give the de gree of murder in its verdict and were sent back to their room b3" Judge Watson to make good the or/ sien. They unickly returned with a vc..~?. oi minder in the first de? gree. T. e was - a ly stau room h: the courth ie wuen the judg uotined tha...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 14 September 1911

BEATTIE S OWN STORY OF THE KILLING OF HIS WIFE WS I T^Wlll**v. ? . ' ? - ? L Prisoner Takes the Stand In IIU Own Behalf and Tells the Jnrr of t?e Besrded Highwayman wi?h the (?un?Submits to t.ruelliu^ Cross-examination With yf- lidi?'erence. (By E. It. C.) CHESTERFIELD, C. H-, Special. ? At 10:45 o'clock the accused took the witness chair. He was told to face the Jury, but listen to th.- judge. Beattle mopped his face with handkerchief. By Mr. Smith?"State your age?" "Twenty-six." "Your home?" "1629 Porter Street.** a*, "Your occupation?" w In Busrncss With HI* 1 at lier. "In business with my lather. In the mercantile business. I buy all the ahoes and nearly a!l the gents' fur? nishings. I open ; ..e store at 7:30 A. M., and carry the keys to the stor. started opening the store when father ? was at the hospital a year ago." "What kin is Paul to you'."' "Second cousin." "Has he ever been your Intimate friend and have you ever placed con? fidence In him ?" Had No Faith in Paul. "None ...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 14 September 1911

?ssu??i. M omino, Evening and Sundav Tk (ireat Home I* apcr o? ilic South TH?KEW8 0FTHK WOKLD is ?gathered by tlu? well-trained ?pec?al ?corTe*pondetit* ot THR SUN and sit before the.reader? in a concise .?nil m ?*?r??tirg m SU.?or each morning and week.lav attei noon. As a chron.cie of world event?? THE si::i Is INH1SP] NSA.BL.5, while * bureaus in Washington ahd New York make its aesr* from the legislativ? ' financial centers of the Country the best that e. S OS obt ,m?c?I. s -a. WOMAN'S PAl'KK THE SIN ha? no superior, afeita* morally and kutellectually a piiper of the highest tvpi*. It publishes the .civ bc-t ;ea?ure t cat? be written on fashion, art an i missellaiteous mattere. THE SI' N"S virket new- BBSk M it \ BUSINESS MAN.S NFCFSSITY ?he fainter, the BMICIIBIlt and the bi C in r.opend upon complete and (able information upon their various In.cot trade. By mail THE SUN (morning and evening) 25c. a month or $3 yr THE SUNDAY SUN, {J^ for f2 nK>ntlir? or $i.-?o a year And THE...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 14 September 1911

?ffice of Division Supt. of Schools MATHBVVS COUNTY. VA. Statement of Receipts and Expenditures of School Year Ending June 30th, for the School Districts of Mathews County - ?- ,. i. .,,*?? t OHESAPEAKE DISTRIGT RKOKIRTS Amount received from state for current yeait $*H24.84 County fund on hand 1st of July 1910 744 49 l/is'rict . " 210.04 County fund levied for current year -,49 18 {??strict M '. , ?*<?* roll tax returned hv auditor 105 83 Borrowed from State Literary Fund for building *(ooo.OO Total 7720.88 7?;*}.?.88 EXPENDITURES ?A*ir?unt DairJ (13) ! I $9&\??e paid foi n?*w bail lil 3308.90 For furniture $22.59. for maps, globes, ?*tr.. $67 9c 9".54 Fu I $12 - 43, Treasuiets commission 127.50 248 03 Paul trustees 65.00, ?leh.'cj 10111 taxes 42.41 I07.41 Expenses and salary lor Supt. lor 1909-1910-1911 3480 Postage $5., Insurance $142.00 brooms, chalk etc. 37 38 184.38 For school census 191 o $27 09. Janitor $4 31 43 Frintlhir $lo., Attorney's fee and smveying $9. 19.00 For...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 14 September 1911

HTOu timi runos ? VCflKAliY A1>M1TS SUK ?s^VIH^HY S11F. TOL1) 1>V* m IN?. >?.KU>*?. .?Baltimore, md?8r*?oisi.? Ad PlIiKOns ?be com?>ct?*d the story that HsVs ?urns married and had been de SsrKftd by her husband, to create sym? pathy In the heart of some kind per? son who would send her ba? ?to?me. Miss .Blanche McCready. leveatssa years old, of White Marsh. Vs . Justice Eoden in the Western Polies Court and vrai turned over to h?*r brother, Wilbur McCready, to be re? turned hon Th? first confession of the girl was brought about last night, when she was taken to detective head?*uaru rs ?and questioned by Captain Met*raw regarding a wutch belonging to her father, whleh she was sUs?ed to have sold to secure funds. Although she convinced the detective that she had nothing to do with her father's wateh. she made many eontlletiiiK statements regarding her alleged marriage and her supposed husband. Captain McGraw became suspicious and closely questioned the girl until she fi...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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